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Old 27 January 2011, 13:50   #1
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Stainless steel washers A4

Anybody know of a supplier of stainless steel marine grade A4/316 washers
O.D . = 1. 7/8
I.D. = 7/8

I want to replace the washers either side of my rollers on my trailer, would prefer to collect so in Camberley or Gosport area or would look at getting them posted to me.

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Old 27 January 2011, 15:03   #2
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I'd be interested too if you find them at a reasonable price anywhere.

I priced them up two years ago when I rebuilt my trailer with as much stainless as possible and almost fell over when I got a couple of quotes.
They were @3.50ea.

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Anybody know of a supplier of stainless steel marine grade A4/316 washers
O.D . = 1. 7/8
I.D. = 7/8
Kev at A2A4.co.uk has some listed that are close to the size your after, I bet he will be able to get them if he does not already have them. Should be less than 80p a go I would have thought, for small qty.
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Old 27 January 2011, 15:58   #4
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Thanks I will give them a go and let you konw how I get on
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Old 27 January 2011, 15:59   #5
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AHC in Camberly will be able to help,

May not be the cheapest though :-

http://www.ahc-camberley.co.uk/catalog/index.php

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Stainless bolts

Hi, in my humble opinion, I have always found Sea Screw to have anything I have needed.
I must admit I have never really done much of a price comparison.

http://www.seascrew.com/index.cfm

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What do you guys want (size and numbers please)? I might be able to get my hands on a small quantity at a cheap price for you, but will depend on what size you want?

PM me your requirements.
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Old 29 January 2011, 05:28   #8
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Thanks John tried them but they can only do A2 and not quite the right size

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AHC in Camberly will be able to help,

May not be the cheapest though :-

http://www.ahc-camberley.co.uk/catalog/index.php

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A2 is perfect for this application.
A2 is common generally stocked

A4 isnt common, its only used for special application for example, food industrie or specific offshore applications.

So using it for leisure isnt wise
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A2 is perfect for this application.
A2 is common generally stocked

A4 isnt common, its only used for special application for example, food industrie or specific offshore applications.

So using it for leisure isnt wise
Things must be different in the Netherlands then, cos A4 is widely available and often used over here.
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